What is the correct spelling for OCCUPLY?
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Correct spellings for OCCUPLY
- apply That with his death did scape out of the gate From Caesar's hands (if Livy do not lie) And would not live where liberty was lost; So did his heart the common weal apply. – Mine Own John Poynz by Sir Thomas Wyatt
- cupola Across from the old brick court house, with its dilapidated cupola and its indefinable air of the mediaeval, sat the general store, proclaimed in a sign of crippled lettering, "The Big Emporium."
- imply Cleopatra rejoiced to mark his long slow draught, for she thought the Roman meant to imply by it that he could not cease to esteem himself happy in the favor she had shown him.
- occupied There was a small bed there, which was sometimes occupied by the under-nurse.
- occupier I suppose Mr. Russell would have sat upon the occupier .
- occupy Nor did any passing objects occupy their attention.
- ocular V. These things fully confirmed by ocular demonstration.
- opaquely As he spoke he opened his eyes wide with the look of those hard, opaquely -glittering stones which his ancestors had been wont to set for eyes in their portrait statues.
- outplay No-trump is not advised " 4 X, X unless Declarer is confident he can outplay his adversaries.
- scapula Peter carried his tray in one hand and a bright silver scapula in the other.
- ugly He was no longer Habrunt the kind Slavemaster, to whom one might look when trouble raised it's ugly head, but had become an unwilling angel of death instead.
- uncouple I would give a signal for him to uncouple his engine and follow at full speed.
- occupies A position which an army occupies with a view to decisive battle should fulfil four requirements:- 1. It should not be too strong, or the enemy will not attack it.
- occupiers Most of the occupiers of the Square had hung out flags at half-mast, and a flag at half-mast was flying over the Town Hall in the distance.